As human beings, we move between the boundless, profound dimensions and the more mundane, worldly realms of body and mind. How do we in our practice cultivate an openness and receptivity to our boundless nature and not be so caught in our mind.
We hear the teachings of letting go (or letting be) yet when we try, we find how difficult that is. This talk explores what we are afraid of and the freedom waiting for us when we take the risk of looking at what’s true.
The body is the first support for presence and connection to life. Even though many people find it difficult to reside in their bodies, as we arrive more fully, we find a happiness of mind that brings a sense of stability to our experience.
Listening to silence in our lives, opening to its embrace, reveals a profound and immense power to transform the heart. Deepening in the stillness of meditation, our practice involves mindfulness of all ‘objects’, but must eventually also go beyond objects to realize a truly boundless freedom – of being nothing and having nothing.